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Annual Muslim conference hails people from across the country

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By Laura Fawaz, contributing reporter Dearborn – The annual Muslim Mental Health Conference took place last week in Dearborn, Michigan, and brought together a variety of profe

Recent ISPU poll gives ‘surprising’ results on Muslims

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Recent ISPU poll gives 'surprising' results on MuslimsMany common accusations against American Muslims have been debunked, at least according to a recent poll from the Institute

At the Muslim Mental Health Conference; APA’s Involvement in Torture

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By Laura Fawaz, contributing reporter Dearborn – The Muslim Mental Health Conference took place last week in Dearborn, Michigan, with the main topic revolving around victims of

Standing with Muslims, faith groups buy banners

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By Lauren Markoe, Religion News Service The banners proclaim it in large, red letters: “Honor God — say no to anti-Muslim bigotry.” Rabbi Charles Feinberg, executi

Lush Fresh Cosmetics Welcomes Refugees

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By Laura Fawaz, Contributing Reporter “The current situation in Syria, and the journey for those forced to leave their homes seeking safety from the violence, is heartbreaking

High School Student Seeks to Educate About Islamophobia

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By Marina Ali All too often, we hear the standard gripe of juvenilia as teenagers spend too much time on their phones and not enough quality time. Yet, hearing about wonderful a

Palestine awareness week at UCLA

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By Susan Schwartz Los Angeles – Students for Justice in Palestine of University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) presented a four day educational program that illustrated the

Recent outbreak stirs controversy and questions

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By Marina Ali, contributing writer For the pseudo Mexican cuisine lover, Chipotle is a fan favorite. The love runs deep on the Internet, with slews of memes and videos paying ho

Lessons men can learn from a woman built masjid 

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By Aslam Abdullah Masjid Ibrahim opened its prayer hall on Jan. 29 after a four year long wait. It had existed since 1995 as a small facility for those who lived in its neighbor